Bitcoin seems promising for many investors and even the December dip has not restricted them from investing further. It is believed the festive blip was responsible for the recent price drop and the segment will have outstanding growth in the long run.
Industry watchers reveal the bitcoins held in illiquid digital wallets for nearly a year with no outflows of the coins in recent months indicate the promising potential of the segment. Moreover, the spending has been reduced. This means fewer coins are now being traded actively across exchanges.
Noelle Acheson from Genesis Trading said the volume of unmoved bitcoins has been increasing since July 2021. Many diverted their investments to the cryptocurrency late last year following inflation and fear of rising interest rates by the Federal Reserve.
Meanwhile, experts are still warning investors to remain cautious as the characteristics of wild price swings of bitcoin are tough to predict. In 2017, the price swing was from $1,000 to $20,000. In early 2020, the coin lost value by $4,000 at a certain point before rising again.
Delphi Digital research firm simultaneously confirmed the same trend in the bitcoin investments. People are believing the growth in the segment will be high in the long run. They are investing for the long term.
Abreast to the bitcoin hitting headlines in recent months, Tesla chief Elon Musk tweeted in favor of dogecoin and this led to increase in the value of the crypto coin by about 12 percent. He said the currency can be used in the payment system of the company to accept payments for some selective merchandise.
Altcoin Solana is in focus lately after analysts of the Bank of America said it could grab a significant market share from Ethereum in the future. The currency may someday become the visa for crypto assets.